For the Precarious Practices-plenum Heejin Kim will speak on organising forms of knowledge curation and challenges this poses to digital literacy, politics of populism/hatred in controlled society, sampling her recent collaborative projects with artists and thinkers in Seoul.
Heejin Kim curates thinking and learning space-time with trans-disciplinary thoughts, things and data in a physical setting. Sampling her recent collaborative projects with artists and thinkers in Seoul, Kim will speak on her organizing forms of knowledge curation and challenges it poses to digital literacy, politics of populism/hatred in controlled society.
Heejin Kim is curator, currently Project Director of Seoul Museum of Art Branches. Kim was deputy director of Asian Culture Complex Gwangju (2013-14), Director of Art Space Pool (2010-2014), Curator of Insa Art Space of Arts Council Korea(2005-09), and partner curator of Museum as Hub (2006-13), interlocal curatorial/institutional network.
Kim's projects include Nam June Paik Memorial House (2016-17), Gift: 4·16 Memory Project - Bright Light (2015), Mutating Capital : Culture Clash of the 21st Century (co-curator Brian Holmes, 2014, Unrealized), Running on Borders : Inter-cultural Negotiation and Adventure of Thinking (2013), Sound of the Nation (2012), Exercise of Doing (2012), Superposition, Super-Position : Counter Festival on Love, Money, Shelter, and Art(2012), Yongik Kim: Why I do art (2011), Gunsan Report I & II : (In)visible Move & Human Agency, Operators of Survival and Fantasy (2011-12).